HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell recently revealed that $60 million in grant awards will be distributed to 90 organizations where either federal or state-run exchanges are operating.
One of the states where health care cost have been increasing faster than inflation is Massachusetts, according to newly released data.
Insurance agents in Colorado apparently haven’t had to deal with too many auto insurance claims over the past several years, as for the fourth time in a row, the state is home to the city that has the safest drivers, based on the infrequency with which car crashes take place.
A recent law was passed by the California legislature that could change the way in which ride-sharing programs work for the rest of the country.
When respondents were asked whether they considered themselves to be supporters of the ACA or opponents, approximately 47 percent said they considered the 2010 health care overhaul to be a bad thing, according to analysis performed by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
You can be the most smooth-talking insurance agent in the world, but if you don’t complement your sales pitch with a strong closing line, all your efforts may be for naught.
Published in the medical journal Health Affairs, the report stated the uninsured rate in the U.S. will likely drop by 50 percent, thanks to a decline in the number of people without health insurance from 45 million in 2012 to 23 million by 2023, according to new estimates from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The average parent spent just one hour on family emergency planning in the past year, according to a recent report conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of the charitable organization Save the Children.
Just 46 percent of middle-market consumers own an individual life insurance policy, according to newly released polling data from research organization LIMRA.
Closing in on Nov. 15, the start date for the second sign up period, insurance professionals everywhere are hoping this year’s incarnation won’t be a repeat of the 2013 version. However, according to the new head of HealthCare.gov, things should be better, but it won’t be flawless.